Get 3 months free access to Amazon Music Unlimited and Audible Premium Plus

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It’s easier than ever to stream music, podcasts, audio books and more directly to your devices, wherever you are. But as more and more platforms appear, it can be hard to choose, especially when spending your hard-earned cash. Trying different services can help you find the right one for you, and now you can try both Amazon Music Unlimited and Audible Premium Plus for three full months – absolutely free. This offer is only valid for new subscribers.

Even though Amazon Music Unlimited does not have the subscriber numbers that Spotify currently, it’s still a great streaming option for the average listener, with more features being added all the time. When you sign up for an account, you’ll get access to all sorts of content and benefits, including a listening library of over 75 million songs, HD audio on select tracks, a host of podcasts to choose from and more, ensuring you never have a boring commute again.

And if you’re an avid reader or love books to break up your jam sessions, an Audible Plus subscription gives you access to a veritable library of content at your fingertips. Audiobooks for children and adults, ranging from fantasy, science fiction and other genres of fiction to history, true crime, comedy, science and technology and beyond are just the start. You’ll also have access to podcasts on all of these topics and more. New titles are added weekly, and the recommendation algorithm takes your listening habits and preferences into account, helping you associate yourself with the material you’ll enjoy. You’ll also get Audible credits every month, for those special, harder-to-find things or bestsellers you just have to devour.

After your three months of free trials of each service, your subscription will automatically renew at $10 per month for Amazon Music Unlimited and $14.95 per month for Audible Premium Plus, unless you cancel the service. But you can cancel at any time – just remember that if you don’t want to continue with either subscription, you’ll need to cancel each one separately, as canceling a subscription will not automatically cancel the other.

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